Published Oct 28, 2010Arcade Fire have had a triumphant 2010 campaign, topping the Billboard charts with The Suburbs, roping in Terry Gilliam to direct their webcast and earning rave reviews from everyone under the sun. So, what's next for the beloved Montreal indie rockers? Appearing as the musical guest on Saturday Night Live.
USA Today [via Consequence of Sound] reports that the band will appear on the November 13 episode of SNL, which will be hosted by Scarlett Johansson. This will mark Arcade Fire's second appearance on the show; they first appeared alongside host Rainn Wilson on February 24, 2007.
This isn't Arcade Fire's first TV appearance in support of The Suburbs. They stopped by The Daily Show with Jon Stewart back in August to play "Ready to Start" and "Month of May."
The week after Arcade Fire's SNL performance, Florence and the Machine will make their debut on the long-running comedy show. Anne Hathaway is slated to host.